High-flying Eagles soar past Bears

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Philadelphia QB Carson Wentz threw three touchdown passes and easily guided the  home-standing Eagles past the Chicago Bears 31-3 Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field. The streaking Eagles (10-1) have won nine straight games while the Bears sink to 3-8.

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Philadelphia dominated the contest from start to finish, jumping out to a 24-0 halftime lead and controlling both field position and the line of scrimmage. The Eagles banged out 196 rushing yards and Wentz efficiently sliced up the Bears secondary. Philadelphia outgained Chicago 420 yards to 14o, highlighting the disparity in talent between the two clubs. Eagles TE Zach Ertz  found open spaces underneath the Chicago secondary and added 103 receiving yards on 10 catches and a touchdown.

In perhaps the understatement of the season, Bears head coach John Fox said matter-of-factly, “We didn’t play well enough in any phase for us to compete. The game was not competitive from early on.” READ MORE